Accell® and Accell®3

Accell® and Accell®3

Accell®3 is a highly concentrated version (approximately 3X) of Accell® for facilities with very high water flow rates. Accell®3 treats BOD, TSS, FOG, and DO levels in water systems. Accell®3 reduces hydrogen sulfide in sewer systems for odor control and capital equipment preservation by reducing and even eliminating corrosion.

Product Description


Dose levels of Accell®3 and Accell® are dependent on the type of equipment used, and the condition of the water in terms of levels of BOD, TSS, FOG, and DO. Consult an Advanced BioCatalytics (ABC) representative to review your facility and its specific issues. The objectives of the treatment can be defined, along with the measurement protocols and metrics used to document the results, whether they are quantitative or visual. Accell®3 can be used for municipal wastewater treatment plants and sewer lines, (including reduction of odor, H2S, Mercaptans, and corrosion and capital preservation). The maximum use level (MUL) in potable water for Accell® is 34 mg/L. The MUL for Accell®3 in potable water is 12 mg/L.

Storage and handling

Accell®3 is to be handled with protective gloves and eye/face protection. Wash hands thoroughly after handling.

Keep container tightly closed until ready for use. Store in cool, well ventilated place that is locked. Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local/regional/national/international regulations. Do not reuse empty container. Accell®3 has a shelf life of 1 year.

Typical Properties

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Appearance Homogeneous, amber liquid
pH 4.5 – 5.5
Dilution pH (Accell®) 4.0 – 5.0
Specific Gravity @ 25°C 1.02 – 1.05
Density, lbs/U.S. gal 8.50 – 8.75
Flash Point >93.3°C (>200°F)
Percent Volatile (volume) 63 – 65
Boiling Point >100°C (>212°F)
Freezing Point <0°C (<32°F)
Accell®3 is a registered trademark of Advanced BioCatalytics Corporation. Accell® is certified by NSF – NSF/ANSI Standard 60, for potable water use.